Teaching and Managing Good Behaviour: Teaching Assistants – Primary and Secondary
- 23rd Jan 2018
- Primary, Secondary
- Teaching & Learning, Workforce
This practical and informative course is about how teaching assistants can help pupils access, enjoy and participate in the curriculum through positive learning behaviours. The course will provide you with practical strategies; time to reflect on your own practice and lots of opportunities for discussion and asking questions.
Outcomes and Content: The course will include:
Strategies to promote positive behaviour for learning
The framework of non-negotiables for good behaviour
How we communicate our expectations of good behaviour
Strategies to manage difficult behaviour
Behaviour skills - the toolkit for pupils
Developing positive attitudes to learning
Helping pupils to learn independently
Evaluating behaviour outcomes in order to ensure progression.
Presenter Profile: Lindy Griffiths
Lindy Griffiths has over 30 years’ experience in education nationally and internationally, and has taught for 22 years, including departmental and pastoral leadership roles in secondary schools. As a local authority consultant she has been involved with improving schools: developing their behaviour management systems and training staff; devising effective strategies to improve attendance; promoting best practice in teaching and learning; developing Assessment for Learning; leading cross-phase development of Gifted and Talented Education and leading research projects including work on developing the literacy skills of learners for whom English is an additional language. Lindy is an experienced governor in both the primary and secondary sectors, and is currently a Chair of Governors.
Lindy now works as an education consultant and coach. She provides bespoke programmes to enhance pedagogical skills, effective behaviour for learning, and governance. She aims to develop the capacity of individuals and teams, supporting them as they put into practice their plans to make significant improvements as required.
PLP delegates: £125 per person
Non PLP delegates: £175 per person
BOOK BEFORE THE END OF AUTUMN TERM 2017 AND RECEIVE 10% DISCOUNT PER DELEGATE. INVOICES WILL BE ALTERED TO REFLECT THE DISCOUNT.